Joe Spibey, the founder of jazzonfilm.com and a practising jazz musician has given illustrated talks,
helped with jazz film programming, and loaned out various posters and stills to societies and cinemas.
Joe Spibey, gave an interview with Joe Dimino on KCXL Neon Jazz. It was broadcast on 11th June 2015
Neon Jazz has been airing since 2011. Hosted by Joe Dimino and Engineered by John Christoper in Kansas City, Missouri.
Take a listen on KCXL (102.9 FM / 1140 AM) out of Liberty, MO on Saturday Morning from 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. and Sunday Morning from 6:00 - 7:00 a.m. Catch it on TuneIn Radio via the web.To listen to the show / interview:
He has also appeared on BBC Scotland discussing jazz on film.
The education page gives details of two illustrated talks that can be arranged for colleges and university specialising in jazz courses.
"Jazz Frames - a history of jazz on the screen""
An illustrated talk outlining the history of jazz in the movies. Clips from Russian and French jazz in the thirties to film of the last decade
"Black frames - A history of black musicians in Hollywood
The African American experience in Hollywood. From 1927 onwards.
You can email joe@jazzonfilm,com ,
Over the years the National Film Theatre in London have had a number of jazz seasons.
Below are the original programmes for the 1961 and 1973 seasons
Below is the programme for a season of all black cast films from 1994, a number featuring jazz musicians
Below is a programme of TV jazz shows shown at the London Natrional Film Theatre in 2002
K Jazz (
jazz on video) catalogue
Monthly Film Bulletin
Sight and Sound
Jazz Journal International bimonthly jazz on the screen columns
currently written by Peter Vacher
Various Film Festival brochures including London, Cork, Toronto, Denver
Jazzwise magazine has jazz on film write ups including the latest